Wentzville Board of Aldermen April 12 Agenda: Fencing County Fair Site at Rotary Park

County Fair Welcome Sign

The Wentzville Board of Aldermen will meet at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at Wentzville City Hall.

On the agenda for the regular meeting, which is open to the public:

  • Proclamation for National Telecommunications Week
  • Swearing in police officers
  • STEM award recognition
  • Public hearing and first reading for rezoning of 2.47 acres at Z and Peruque Hills Parkway from agricultural to planned development residential (15 single family homes in attached groups of three) – request to table
  • First reading of an ordinance for the addition of stop signs for northbound and southbound traffic on Perry Cate Boulevard at Whisper Creek Drive
  • Final passage of rezoning and preliminary development plan of 41.416 acres at 601 Kammeier Road from single family residential to planned development residential for 91-lot subdivision to be known as Meadowside
  • First reading of the record plat for The Oaks at Lexington Plat 2
  • Public hearing and conditional use permit for outdoor storage at Johnson Controls at 1521 Swantnerville Drive
  • Site plan approval for storage building reconstruction for Chic Lumber (building was demolished after being heavily damaged by a tornado)
  • Public hearing for a rezoning of 25.97 acres on the north and south of Great Oaks Boulevard 600 feet west of Timber Trace Crossing – request to continue
  • Public hearing and first reading of rezoning of 8.18 acres at the northwest corner of Mexico Road and Love Park Lane from Heavy Industrial to single family residence
  • Site plan approval for the amenity area for Meadowside subdivision
  • Public hearing for rezoning of 33.44 acres on Wentzville Parkway and conditional use permit for outdoor storage for Menards – application withdrawn
  • Public hearing for conditional use permit for outdoor storage for Maze Collision Repair at 2530 East Pitman Road – request to continue
  • Public hearing and resolution for conditional use permit for live entertainment at Friendship Brewery
  • Final passage of a voluntary annexation of 2.62 acres
  • Voluntary annexation of 57.03 acres owned by the Brune family – request to table
  • Final passage of an amendment to the city code about submitting sealed drawings for residential construction projects
  • Consent agenda: minutes, appointments to boards and commissions, release of guarantee agreements for Villages of Lake Silvercote, reallocation of funds, deposit agreement with Poage Chevy for site plan improvements, agreement for Wentzville Parkway Turnlane Phase II, agreement for the construction of the Main Street Fence Improvement Project
  • Final passage of an ordinance to vacate easements at the Wentzville Logistics Center
  • Final passage of the acceptance of improvements at Carlton Glen Estates
  • Final passage of the acceptance of public improvements at Huntsdale Plat 2
  • Final passage of the acceptance of public improvements at Peruque Hills Estates Plat 6
  • Final passage of the acceptance of public improvements at Brook Ridge Estates Plat 2
  • First reading of the acceptance of the Landesign four-inch sanitary main
  • First reading of an ordinance for a stop sign for southbound traffic on Lions Lane at West Meyer Road
  • First reading of an intergovernmental agreement with Florissant (to use an indoor pool to train lifeguards)
  • First reading of a budget amendment
  • First reading of the acceptance of improvements for Huntsdale Plat 3/Phase 4
  • Proposal to fence in the St. Charles County Fair site, amphitheater and playground at Rotary Park (paid for by the Fair Board, in order to address traffic backup on West Meyer by having multiple admission gates)
  • First reading of an agreement with St. Charles County for mosquito control
  • First reading of an ordinance for a speed limit for Sachs Business Parkway and Enterprise Drive
  • First reading of an amendment to decrease the salaries of city officials and eliminate health insurance benefits
  • Discussion of county and state roads
  • Update on David Hoekel Parkway Phase 2

The agenda also allows for public comment time and reports from the aldermen, the mayor, and the city administrator.

You can view a complete agenda or a complete agenda packet with supporting documents on the city’s website.